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Derby House Block Of The Month Begins Spring 2020


Hello everyone! I am happy to be back behind-the-scenes blogging for my mom, Jan!  I've been gone for so long from the blog, I don't really know where to begin. There has been much transition since my dad, Rick passed away in June. Thank you to everyone for your patience and the messages you sent to my mom. That was a life changing experience for her (as it would be for anyone) so I really appreciate it.

Pictured above are the gorgeous new fabrics from Minick & Simpson called, Mackinac Island. Our favorite Minick & Simpson collections have always been those in which they feature crystal clear blues, geranium reds and the grand whites of those clean summer porches. Mackinac Island is an actual place...a beautiful island that can only be reached by boat. It's seeew....Fantasy Island! Hee hee.

This collection does not arrive until 2020 but we already have been planning for our 2020 Block-Of-The Month called...Derby House B.O.M. Afterall, the start of a new year is ALWAYS a great time to begin a new B.O.M. Right? 

Here it is...


This BOM is filled with simple-to-create blocks and a beautiful array of applique blocks. Each month you will create three types of blocks of various types and colorways. The quilt assembly will not be completed until the completion of Month 10. The quilt is assembled in nine vertical rows , giving you an easy and stunning finish.

Derby House Block of the Month is a 10-month program starting in late February 2020. The quilt measures 80" x 90". Blocks will ship once a month. This is an on-line only program with blocks mailed to you in the mail. Follow this link here for all of the details and get signed up! Don't forget to also reserve your backing fabric! She offers discounts to those who register so again... read all about it here! The registration deadline is December 31, 2019. Because Block of the Month programs take a significant amount of planning you must register before the deadline. There will be no late additions once the program has started.


A quilt that involves this much fabric and color coordination is a great quilt to do as a block of the month. My mom has always delivered an exceptional block of the month not to mention kits! What we show...is exactly what you get. The blocks are sent each month so that you will be excited enough to complete them...which makes sure you do not get overwhelmed and have yet another U.F.O. We want you to feel amazing and have this finished in ten months! You've seen what I do with new quilts that are finished on our Instagram, yes???


The complete quilt was on display at Quilt Market and it is just gorgeous! I love that bird applique block on the bottom! Another thing we love about working with fabrics and projects by Minick & Simpson....SAVE YOUR SCRAPS! Why? Because you can never have enough red, white and blue in your stash for other Minick & Simpson projects! Espeically Laurie's applique projects!


Seeew that's about all I'm going to show you today. I hope you stay with me as I re-imagine this blog. I'll also be incorporating newsletters onto her website as we update images. Honestly it's a lot for one person to handle on top of cutting and filling orders, mailing labels, hauling your orders to the post office, planning kits, ordering fabric...raising my niece alone now, etc. seeew I'm happy to help! Plus, I still believe that blogs are better than Social Media platforms because you can elaborate, link and create more.  There's also a personal touch with blogs in which I can share my own story...which I will as we get the creative wheels turning on this blog again!

Seeew...keep it real and let's all stay in touch!  Don't forget to register for the Block of the Month!

Stay Seeew-cial ~ Brian

New Hand Dyed Wool Bundles!



The weather is cooling down a bit and I got in the mood to make some beautiful hand-dyed wool bundles.  For me, I personally don't like that splotchy/mottled look. I only buy from the best hand dyers and I love a fabulous texture. Pictured above are nine of the thirteen new color bundles I just introduced on my website today!

You can find each of these bundles available here in my new Wool Corner. I am also cleaning out all of my wool kits so they are all on sale until gone! You can check out all of my remaining kits here.  Woolkits-2
Thank you for your continued support. If you receive my email, you know that this Summer was very difficult. For those of you who do not know, my husband unexpectedly passed away in June. Just the day before he was making dinner, washing dishes, walking our dog Maggie...and the next morning....gone. It puts a lot of things into perspective and it's a reminder that you never know when your last day is upon you.

I will add that my son, Brian will soon be returning to the blog to keep communicating with all of you. With my husband gone I am doing all of the things he did while planning kits, cutting kits, ordering fabric, pre-cuts and more. So Brian's help will be greatly appreciated. Plus he has a way of communicating with a certain style.

That's it for tonight. Start thinking of your Autumn and Christmas projects with wool because those new colors are perfect for the season and each bundle is just $18.99! - Jan

"Christmas Isn't Christmas Till Ya'll Get Here"...



Ho! Ho! Ho! I say this every year and I mean it every year...our workshops are my favorite part of the Shoppe. Since we have become a destination, it is heartwarming to hear from people who have traveled across the country to attend! Their enthusiasm is contagious and they are super excited to be here! At the same time, we have many others who have attended every year since 2009. They come with such joy in their hearts and eager to create another set of hand-made holiday projects. The "Mothership" and I greatly appreciate those who have been so dedicated to this event and our Shoppe. It has been a true pleasure in getting to know many of you! 

First, I want to share with you something special (pictured below)! All of our participants this year received a kit from the "Mothership" to make this adorable Fig Tree table mat called, "Blossoms & Jam." It is made with those delightful 2.5" Mini Charm Packs known as Moda Candy. What a nice gift! Um, where's mine? The "Mothership" used Basic Grey's Evergreen to make ours. Super cute!


If you've never attended a Homespun & Holly Workshop, you need to know that our invited designers design an exclusive "secret" project just for you! There is NO PEAKING before. If you attended this year, be sure to comment in the comments at the end of this post! Which was your favorite project? What did you like the most about the workshop? 

When I talk about bringing your Christmas cheer, well...just look at these lovely ladies! Smiles all around! We even had some jaw-dropping moments with Jayne, Freda & Sherri Falls (upper left). 


This year it was Table 4 that seemed to be where it was at. Each of the three days, three different sets of ladies were very "seeew-cial" with one another at this particular table. During our S.p.R.u.N.g Workshop, it was Table 1. I love to hear you all laughing and sharing your stories! All in all, old friends and new friends gathered to make some very festive memories. This is what I love about Quilt World...the ability to come in as strangers and leave as friends. 

Of course, throughout the three days we saw many new and familiar faces come and enjoy the workshop! Some even came from as far away as Nebraska, Utah, Missouri, California, Idaho and Arizona! Here are just some of the many lovely people who joined us for the 7th Annual Homespun & Holly....


Now there is one more element to our workshop that I obsess over. 

The catered luncheon, otherwise known as FOOD!

Instead of making you wait in a line for a buffet, we serve you family style at your table! Talk about service? I hope you enjoy it as much as we do setting it up. While Priscilla "Queen of the Dessert" was preparing the salads, I managed to take a quick pic of her table setting in progress....


On the menu this year, she literally named the Orzo Pasta just for me! LOL. I could eat that like...every day. Seeew good.

Last but not least we couldn't have a holiday workshop without giving you a festive, inspiring environment in which to create. We even had a different table cloth color for each day! Red on Friday, a deep Aqua on Saturday and Christmas Evergreen on Sunday!  Thank you to our five designers for creating such beautiful samples to share with all of you! 





Well, there you have it! The 7th Homespun & Holly has officially come and gone now the question is, "what are you going to do next?

I can honestly tell you that, "No, I'm not going to Disneyland." However, I am already planning for our 8th Annual Homespun & Holly in December of 2016! 

In fact, we've already launched registrations for all three of our popular workshops including S.p.R.u.N.g (April 9 & 10), Wool N' Harvest (October 1 & 2), and the 8th annual Homespun & Holly

I now invite you to register for the 2016 Homespun & Holly Workshop. I'm changing up the theme for next year and we will be reducing the number of seats available (I need space for what I want to do), seeew don't wait too long! For the first time since 2010, the workshop will be in the first week of December making this a true Christmas holiday workshop!

Seeew excited! Are you? 

Stay seeew-cial and if you attended this year's event don't forget to leave a comment in the comments below letting me know what your favorite part of the workshop was!  Happy Holly-Days! ~ Brian


Oh Christmas!



Good morning! I just realized that I haven't posted since March! Brian would have been on this much faster, so please forgive the idol blog. The good news is I have been very busy getting in new products including kits for Merry Merry Snow Days, pictured above. I love the addition of the skiing Llamas to the family of snowmen.

If you are familiar with applique patterns by Bunny Hill Designs, they have lots of detail but the end result is worth it!

Last year I put a new colorway together for her Merry Merry Snowmen quilt and I can speak from experience; gathering up all of those fabrics to make sure you have a cohesive look is time consuming and exhausting! This is why I provide kits only on projects like this.  Visit here for all of the details. 


Merry Merry Snow Days is the perfect Christmas fabric! The cheerful colors remind me of vintage times and the little prints are just plain adorable. I currently have Fat Quarter Bundles, Jelly Rolls, Charm Packs and Layer Cakes here.


If you like your projects a little smaller, Oh Christmas Tree is 23" x 23". This kit has been very popular! My guess would be because the applique is large which makes it simple to complete. I have a handful of kits left here. Brian used to emphasize the importance of getting your Christmas projects early and he was absolutely right. If you wait until November and stumble on this blog, it's going to be too late.

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This year I am happy to have received the new Urban Chiks Christmas collection called, Sweet Christmas. As the name implies these prints are the sweetest! That classic vintage snowman is so cute and exactly how I remember my Christmas's when I was a child. The collection is filled with peppermint polka dots, candy canes, vintage poinsettias and more! Currently pre-cuts are available here PicMonkey Collage(13)
That's all I have for today. I have been doing most of my updates in my Shoppe email and on Instagram or Facebook. Hopefully you are following me there too so you don't miss anything. I have been testing out Facebook LIVE and my first contest drawing will be on June 15. So, if you want the chance to WIN a Lollipop Garden Jelly Roll, all purchases of $100 or more from my website here are eligible!

Sew something cute today and I will have more to share in my next post. - Jan

Farmhouse Retreat Quilt Kit



That's how Brian used to start this blog so I figured it was a good way to start too.

I must tell you, I have never blogged before so if I don't get into the depth he used to, please understand. Since we closed my brick-and-mortar storefront last December, I am having to learn how to maneuver the social media world. It's not as simple as one would think. Links, pictures, Instagram, Facebook, etc. It's a lot to keep track of!

Thank you to those of you who have been patient.

I have two new quilts to show you and I have a limited number of kits for both of these quilts. Both of these kits are eligible for FREE SHIPPING (U.S. Orders). The first one is called, "Farmhouse Retreat" and uses a variety of vintage Renee Nanneman fabrics.


The second is the Farmhouse Urban Cottage Quilt Kit. This quilt is huge at 87" x 104". The backing included is 108" wide so you will not have to piece your backing. This is quite a bit of fabric to ship so I am offering FREE SHIPPING on this kit as well. Since I still am charged by USPS to ship, this is a great offer for you to take advantage of. When I had a brick and mortar location, it just wasn't possible to offer this option, so I am happy to now be able to do it for you on select items.


The Urban Cottage collection from Moda isn't a very big collection. I think there are just 15 cotton prints in the entire line so I used a variety of collections to create this dramatic quilt. I could not find a lot of patterns out there that really showcased the large text and floral prints so I was happy to find this one which definitely represents a modern, urban farmhouse style.

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I also have just four kits left of this one....


Using these great Moda fabrics....


I hope to continue this blog as often as I can but the way to not miss out on anything is to sign up for my email notifications on my website www.hollyhillquiltshoppe.com. As I continue with the transition to an on-line store, I appreciate your patience while I update everything. I am specializing in pre-cuts and coordinated quilt kits on the website. Patterns shown with my kits are available with my kits only.

* If the links are no longer taking you to product it is because I have sold out.

Thank you for hanging in there with me and I look forward to sharing more soon. ~ Jan

A Bird & A New Song



With the end of Summer fast approaching, I realized I needed to get out and enjoy our beautiful scenery around the Shoppe! Of course...it also helps when I have a new quilt and a new song to share with you!


Um...do ya think she did it on her own? LOL. I know I do this blog on my own. Maybe I need a song? Now I don't know much about Claire Richards...except that she is a rising star in the U.K., is 40 and has fabulous hair. Ya know...the important stuff.

As I've listened to it for the 20th time the video has hints of Wilson Phillips Hold On. If you don't know what that is....we can't be friends. LOL. But here's what I do know....life is full of adversity and everyone is dealing with something. Many of you come into the Shoppe, share your own stories and just know, I appreciate you.


I also know that we have a new quilt kit and it's called, Bird Song!

Do you see the hidden bird on that stem?

Our kit of course includes ample fabric to complete the top and binding. You will need to purchase the Mini Quick Curve Ruler and book (which has 16 other projects) separately. All the information you need to know is right here.

Aren't ya glad I did all of this for you..."all on my own?" LOL. BTW...the "Mothership" creates kits for your convenience. We know how long it takes to assist someone in store several months after a kit has sold out.  Seeew...the moral of the story is to get it when I'm talking about it. If you want your project to look like we are showing, purchasing the kit is the best way to go. Not only are they excellently priced but you also receive Quilting Queen Rewards!

The "Mothership" made ours with the gorgeous Sunkissed fabrics from Tilda that arrived in the Shoppe this past June.


Have you discovered Tilda yet? The fabrics are out of this world. Yes, they retail more because they are imported and a duty has to be paid, but they are seeew worth it!

Here's an idea of a pattern that would look amazing with some of these fabrics. Again, you will need the Quick Curve Ruler. Click the image to order the pattern or click here.


The "Mothership" also used these fabrics in her "secret" project for our Mother's Celebration Brunch this past May. Apparently I forgot to share seeew here it is....it's that sweet little bag with the heart clasp below. Our next Breakfast Club is Saturday, September 15 from 9am-11am seeew come on in and join us as she has another "secret" project just for you!


I should mention that the Sunkissed collection is starting to disappear from the shelves but never-fear there is a new collection scheduled for later this Autumn.


I would love to continue my seeew-cial-fest for today, but I kind of promised my niece we'd go do something before Summer is over!

Stay Seeew-cial and you can definitely do it...on your own! ~ Brian


True Blue: I Love You



LISTEN...🎼 I've had all the "lines"....I've displayed them many times, but I never knew love before 'till Feedsacks: True Blue arrived on the floor...🎼

What can I say? I'm a child of the 80's and I'm guilty as charged when it comes to favoring some of the 80's most memorable pop-tarts!

But what you really came here for was this....💙


Moda has a new designer. Her name is Linzee McCray, she loves feedsacks and her new collection Feedsacks: True Blue is featured in this gorgeous quilt called Lulee's Garden by May Chappell (above). The collection is also available in the Shoppe now and on our website. Imagine that? 


Linzee has had a long love-affair with feedsack prints and has written a book about them: Feed Sacks: A Colourful History of a Frugal Fabric. She selected blue for her first collection with Moda because - as she shared with Moda's Carrie Nelson last fall, “I selected blue for my first collection because I grew up in a house of blue – as a child, I ate off blue dishes, walked on a blue carpet, and was frequently dressed in blue clothing sewn by my blue-loving mother. Blue is comforting, classic and modern all at the same time."

Of course we absolutely agree on the comforting, classic and modern thing!
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It just seeew happens that while looking at this True Blue Fat Quarter Bundle (this one has 19 cotton Fat Quarters P.S.), I thought "Ya know...these blues work amazingly well with Sweetwater's Harmony!" Seeew I did what comes natural to me and I added 9 more blue Fat Quarters to create this....
This right here....this is the Out of The Blue Fat Quarter Bundle which I have named after another 80's pop sensation - Debbie Gibson's 1987 mega hit album, "Out of The Blue!"
Contrary to popular belief, she was not a one-hit-wonder. You haven't lived until you have crammed your foot into a pair of rollerskates to couple skate to "Only In My Dreams" or "Shake Your Love!" Of course I was a true "10"😂 in the skating rink - decked out in my multiple SWATCH watches and jelly bracelets. The best part was always skating to the lights of the disco ball!
Anyway...this bundle includes 28 Fat Quarters and blends traditional with a touch of modern!
Someone even mixed some Project Red in with this. Of course, I don't know what they are planning to make with all of this but the red, white and blue definitely works together!
The Feedsacks collection is still seeew new that we haven't had time to make anything from it, but here is another beautiful quilt that we have been considering especially since we love Dresden's. It's called the "Bloomin' Dresden" by May Chappell. It looks huge but it's only 56" x 56". Look at all that space for some fab quilting!
If you want to add in more color to the blue and white bundles that I showed you above, you may want to get yourself one of these....
Since we like to provide a few options when ordering from our website, I created the prints only FQ bundle seeew that you can add these into whatever-it-is you're going to end up making.
I will let you in on a little secret: We've already sold out of the Jelly Rolls and Layer Cakes seeew something tells me the Charm Packs and Mini Charm Packs won't last much longer.
The canister set of 3 is just a little extra somethin' special and it has a fantastic price point. It's one of those "Gotta Have It" even if you don't know exactly what you will use them for at the time. It never hurts to cute up your creative space!
Oh I almost forgot...there is one more quilt we should consider! I always like it when we mix up traditional fabrics with a contemporary pattern. It's always a WOW! I believe this is Metro Rings. We've done Metro Hoops before, but we may want to experiment with "Rings". What do you think? Just an FYI: You will need the Quick Curve Ruler to complete this quilt.
Of course there's always more where this came from and I'm very happy to report that there are two more upcoming collections that will have a gorgeous selections of blues. The collections are...
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Look for these collections coming to the Shoppe this August/September! As some of you know, we will be celebrating the release of Clover Hollow with a 2 Day Workshop Retreat with Moda designers, Sherri McConnell and Chelsi Stratton September 21 & 22! You can learn all about it and register here on our website. Seats are now beginning to fill up and we have seven spots left. Don't wait!
🎼Seeew....if you should ever doubt, wonder what your next quilt will be all about.....just think back and remember dears...these things I share with you here.🎼 
That's it for today! Stay in tune for more and ....
Stay Seeew-cial ~ Brian 

It's Looking A Bit Wooly

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Quilt Market is here in Portland this week and we've already started the day off with a bus tour! Most of those on the bus are other shop owners or "industry folks" seeew there is definitely an energy that is much appreciated! Of course I always love the people from Australia, New Zealand and Norway! They are positive, full of excitement, and just amazed! Love that!

Since we've been busy here at the Shoppe with several things including our upcoming Lori Holt Workshops, I thought I would try to get a quick update in before I get too far behind!

What happened to blogging many times last week? I seriously have no idea...LOL.

The most important take-away from this post is this week we are closed on Friday, May 18 to attend Quilt Market (this is for retailers only and is not open to the public). We are closed on Sunday as we have the Lori Holt Workshops to prepare for seeew there is no way we can give you an extra day that day. However, if you're still in town on Monday, May 21 we are adding 11am-4pm. This is normally a closed day seeew be sure to come out and see us if you're a Monday kind of guy/gal! New-Wool

First, the "Mothership" has brought in some new hand-dyed wool packs which I am completely in love with! I'm smitten for blue in nearly any shade seeew you can see which ones I'm going to gravitate towards. Our packs of Wool are available here in our on-line Shoppe and here in-store! We make a limited quantity at a time....seeew the longer you wait, the more of a risk there is the best selection will be gone before the time you arrive!


Hmmm...what would we make with all of that? Well if you don't know by now we love the sophisticated, nature inspired designs of The Cottage at Cardiff Farms. Kathy's small projects are elegant and are perfect for working on during those summer road trips. You can find patterns for all of these small projects right here on our website! The patterns for many of these smaller items are just $2.00 ea. Keep in mind shipping with USPS (we use the USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail Envelope) is $6.70 seeew order more than one pattern to make your shipping worth it!

Can I get ya anything? Pineapple? LOL.


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Everyone that comes in tends to love on A Single Stem (that unique pillow), Bleeding Heart and Flour. I don't know how you could pick just one? I don't know about you all, but something tells me Kathy loves to garden!

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Oh by the way....the fabrics on top of the table here are those linen textured backgrounds I showed to you a few posts back.

At least...I think I did??? If I didn't...here's a little reminder with my Neutral Fat Quarter Bundle. I know this might come as a shocker...but I like to sell things.


Now hold onto your woolen wares because this next picture are the blocks from our recent Wooly Barn B.O.M. which used Kathy's B.O.M. "Where the Cows Come Home." The "Mothership" and Christine spent the last year preparing these blocks each month on top of countless other projects....and well, they finally finished our blocks for our sample!

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Next they will have to apply the borders and sashing. Last I heard we had
one kit left here seeew don't wait! Knowing how this blog works for me, when all of the kits are gone, and it's 2021, someone will find this on Pinterest and message me for a kit.

Trust me, I still get people coming to the blog from a Pinterest picture that was posted in 2012 from my blog! This is my one challenge with Pinterest that drives me to a cube of cheese. 

Sprung-Workshop-2Here is a group photo of some of the participants who stayed behind after our S.p.R.u.N.g. Workshop a few weeks ago! They joined us and Kathy Cardiff to work on Kathy's "For The Bees" project which is in her new book, "A Cottage Garden." In fact, all of those projects behind these talented gems....they are all from that book!

This quilt is flippin' fantastic! Absolutely gorgeous!


It wouldn't be a blog post from me if I didn't include food! As always during any of our designer workshops we load you up with lots of food!

Contrary to folklore, I did not lock myself in a closet and make love to this gem of a carrot cake! Perfect for a workshop called, S.p.R.u.N.g don't ya think?


Finally for today, I leave you with this....our new sign pictured below!

You know you're a permanent resident of the Charbonneau District when the "official" sign is mounted above your Shoppe! It was a long year of transition from our move and I sincerely thank those who had an active part in making our first year successful! We still are creating and trying to figure out how to bring more charm into our quaint location...seeeww stay in tune! ~ Brian


Give The Gift of Creativity for Mother's Day!



It's been a much busier week than I expected seeew I'll keep this post fairly short.

There are only a handful of seats left for our 4th annual Mother's Celebration Brunch. Pictured is the secret project from last year on the left while on the right hand side are some of the selected Tilda fabrics the "Mothership" will be using in this year's secret project.

I cover all the details here on our website.


Are you a "Bag Lady?" If you are...the May "Extra Special" has been announced! Throughout the month of May, "Bag Ladies" receive 10% off all regular priced kits throughout the Shoppe. You must present your bag at the time of purchase. Of course, this is in addition to your regular Bag Lady special.


Also, today and tomorrow enjoy our Finished Quilt Sale! If you want something amazing, I highly suggest you grab one of these quilts up! 2 days only! These four quilts are just a few of our most popular quilts that we are always being asked about...but, it's time to say good-bye as we make new quilts!

Before I head out of here, a programming note: The Shoppe will be closed Friday, May 18 for a Special Event. I've had this posted on our website for over a month now...seeew hopefully people have made a note of it.

Thanks for visiting today! I'll be back with more!

Stay Seeew-cial ~ Brian


4th Annual S.p.R.u.N.g Wool Workshop Saturday, April 21! 4 Seats Left!


One of the things we love to host around here, is a quality workshop event. These workshops build community and teach new skills while introducing you to your favorite designers! Coming up on Saturday, April 21 is our 4th annual spring workshop, S.p.R.u.N.g!


Kathy Cardiff, one of our favorite designers, is returning to the Shoppe on Saturday, April 21 for this springtime event. Kathy designs patterns for her company, A Cottage at Cardiff Farms and has spent the last half of the year promoting her new book, "A Cottage Garden."

Since you do not bring your sewing machines to this workshop, you've got to sew your backgrounds at home. The workshop fee includes a complete wool kit, specialty instruction from Kathy and a gourmet, catered luncheon!

If you are in the local area, you can still swing by and get your prep work on the days we are open.

If you're out of town, haven't registered and now want to attend...oh boy...we've got some challenges. You might be spending the night with your sewing machine! Better give us a call! 


In this workshop you will be learning Kathy's layering techniques and her favorite stitches. If you attended our Homespun & Holly Christmas Workshop this past December, the project for S.p.R.u.N.g is the same scale as her "First Day of Christmas...." project she did for Homespun & Holly which is pictured here below....


I haven't shown this before because it was only available to people who attended last year's Christmas workshop here at the Shoppe. I'm thinking, we might continue this theme for the 2018 Homespun & Holly.

We love Kathy's nature inspired designs and we love how she incorporates these fabulous textured backgrounds found in our Shoppe, with her wool projects. It gives everything she does a touch of class and sophistication.


We've been making some exclusive new Fat Quarter Bundles of these fabrics, but you can also order 1/2yd bundles! Just click here.
Pictured here are the Neutral Bundle and Rustic Bundle. Both bundles are perfect for backgrounds and I know that around here we can always use more background fabrics for our projects! There's never enough.

If there is a time of year where we love to work with wool, it's definitely in the fall seeew we thought we'd add a Vintage Halloween Bundle to our mix as well. These bundles are made-to-order and are seasonal offerings. This means that I will change them often as we are preparing for different seasons. Seeew...there's no telling how long they will last! As I always say, get it when I'm showing it to ya!

That's all I have for you today! Well...that's not really ALL..as that, well that just never happens. There is ALWAYS something new at our Shoppe seeew my job is never really done.

But for today...I'm done.

Thanks for joining us today and stay seeew-cial! ~ Brian